Entrepreneurial Marketing: Beyond Professionalism to Creativity, Leadership, and Sustainability by Philip Kotler, Hermawan Kartajaya, Den Huan Hooi, and Jacky Mussry
About the Book
An eye-opening discussion of the future of marketing, from four of the leading minds in the field
In Entrepreneurial Marketing, a renowned team of marketing leaders, including the “Father of Modern Marketing,” Professor Philip Kotler, delivers a groundbreaking and incisive redefinition of entrepreneurial marketing.
In the book, some of the marketing sector’s brightest minds explore the increasingly essential initiative to build new capabilities beyond the mainstream marketing approach that also considers the effect of digital connectivity on consumers and companies everywhere.
This book also discusses what marketers need to do to break the stagnation of normative marketing approaches that are often no longer effective in dealing with dynamic business environments.
The authors introduce a fresh entrepreneurial marketing approach, converging dichotomies into a coherent form.
The book also includes:
- A post-entrepreneurial-marketing view of the commercial landscape which puts the operational aspect at the center of the action, converging marketing and finance, and adopting technology for humanity
- Discussions of the strategies and techniques that will drive the actions of the marketing departments to create value with values that will lead the company to success through the year 2030
- Explorations of the paradox between the development of core competencies and collaboration with various parties, including competitors
The latest publication from some of the foremost minds in marketing―and in business, generally―Entrepreneurial Marketing is a must-read combination of unique insight, concrete advice, and implementable strategies that introduce a new mindset for every professional marketer, entrepreneur, and business leaders worldwide.
About the Author
Philip Kotler is professor emeritus of marketing at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University, where he held the S.C. Johnson & Son Distinguished Professor Of International Marketing.
He is one of the world’s leading authorities on marketing, widely regarded as the “Father of Modern Marketing,” author of over 90 books, recipient of numerous awards and honorary degrees from schools around the world, and voted as the Number 1 Guru In Management in the list of Top 30 Gurus Of Management (2022).
The Wall Street Journal ranks him among the top six most influential business thinkers. He holds an MA from the University of Chicago and a Ph.D. in economics from MIT.
Philip has an incredible international presence – his books have been translated into more than 25 languages, and he regularly speaks on the international circuit.
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- Entrepreneurial Marketing: Beyond Professionalism to Creativity, Leadership, and Sustainability by Philip Kotler, Hermawan Kartajaya, Den Huan Hooi, and Jacky Mussry
- Philip Kotler (website)
- Philip Kotler (Wikipedia)
- Philip Kotler (LinkedIn)
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- Kellogg on Marketing: The Marketing Faculty of the Kellogg School of Management edited by Alexander Chernev and Philip Kotler
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